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Belval mixed-use development already sold out



The entirety the Twist residential tower, which is designed to accommodate offices and flats, are reserved. (Illustration: Atenor/Steinmetzdemeyer)

The entirety the Twist residential tower, which is designed to accommodate offices and flats, are reserved. (Illustration: Atenor/Steinmetzdemeyer)

The Twist mixed-use complex, developed by Atenor and designed by Steinmetzdemeyer in Belval, is now 100% off the market, with all offices rented and all flats reserved.

In Belval, in the new Central Square district, the Twist mixed-use development is being built. Atenor, the project developer, announced on 25 March that a lease agreement had been signed for the 10,150m² of office space available in Twist, with Statec as the future occupant.

Today, the residential part of the project has found its tenants, as the 36 flats are subject to a reservation contract. The results will be recorded from the 2021 financial year until provisional acceptance in June 2024. The margin will be released as the project progresses.

Twist is a combination of offices, residential and retail space, with green areas, an inner courtyard and roof gardens. Steinmetzdemeyer is responsible for the architectural design. Currently, the earthworks are underway, and the construction of the building's shell will begin in February. Delivery is planned for April 2024. Atenor is also the developer of the Naos and Square 42 buildings.

This story was first published in French on Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.